English Language Program

English Language Program

In the era of globalization and the spread of multinational companies English language has become the most accepted way of communication and it has become necessity of each and every individual who want to achieve their goals. We have designed our English Language Program module as per the need of an hour.

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This workshop builds on the English literature and reading, writing and language, and speaking and listening skills. Participants will demonstrate their communication abilities by becoming producers of language. Literature will be used as a springboard for producing language and communicating in a variety of modes. Five major modes of communication will be emphasized: analysis and interpretation, narration, dramatization, journalism, and persuasion. Participants will read, write, and speak in each mode. Participants will produce a major project addressing each of the areas. This course is designed in such a way that one understands the essentials of grammar, sentence construction and vocabulary.

Course Objectives:

  • To introduce the Participants to the sound system of English language (vowel, consonants…)
  • To provide the Participants with common vocabulary (verbs, nouns, adjectives, adverbs…) and basic grammar (tenses, voices….) of English;
  • To improve the four English skills (Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing) of the Participants;
  • To provide a venue for the Participants to practice English and hone their language skills; and
  • To achieve proficiency in English for all major course works.

Training Schedule:

  • English grammar and common vocabulary
  • English sound system (vowels, consonants…), basic communication skills (Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing)
  • English Communication skills (technical writing, thinking and presentation skills…) and English Language for specific purposes





    • Parts of speech
    • Sentence elements
    • Understand   and  define  correct  parts  of  speech and their functions;
    • Understand and define correct sentence elements;
    • Produce correct sentence (in writing and speaking).


    • Simple present tense and signal words
    • Adverbs of frequency
    • Pronouns
    • Simple past tense and signal words
    • "..used to.."
    • Yes/No questions

    • Understand the formation and usage of the Simple present tense and Simple past tense and produce correct sentences;
    • Understand and use correct signal words in Simple present tense and Simple past tense;
    • Understand the formation of Yes/No questions and produce correct questions.


    • Present  continuous  tenses  and   signal words
    • "Wh-" questions
    • Past continuous tense and signal words
    • Present perfect tense  and signal words

    • Understand the formation and usage of the Present continuous tense, Past continuous tense and Simple past tense and produce correct sentences;
    • Understand and use correct signal words in Present continuous tense, Past continuous tense and Simple past tense;
    • Understand the formation of “Wh-” questions and produce correct questions.


    • Past perfect tense and signal words
    • Future simple tense and signal words
    • Understand the formation and usage of the Past perfect tense and Future simple tense and produce correct sentences;
    • Understand and use correct signal words in Past perfect tense and Future simple tense.


    • Voices (Passive and Active)
    • Modal verbs
    • Understand the formation and usage of the Passive voice and produce correct sentences;
    • Understand the use, meanings and functions of the modal verbs and produce correct sentences.


    • Relative clauses
    • Gerunds and infinitives
    • Understand the formation and usage of the Relative clauses and produce correct sentences;
    • Understand the kinds, use, meanings and functions of gerunds and infinitives and produce correct sentences.


    • Comparisons of Adjectives and Adverbs
    • Understand the formation and usage of different degrees of comparison (equality, comparatives and superlatives) of adjectives and adverbs and produce correct sentences;
    • Understand and remember the irregular adjectives and adverbs in different degrees of comparison.


    • Conditional sentences
    • Direct and indirect speeches
    • Understand the formation and usage of different kinds of conditional sentences and produce correct sentences;
    • Understand the formation and usage of indirect speech and produce correct sentences



    • Single consonants, Consonant blends,
    • Consonant digraphs
    • Final consonant blends and digraphs
    • Silent consonants
    • Variant consonants, Double consonants


    • Short vowels, Long vowels
    • Vowel digraphs, Diphthongs
    • Vowel controlled by "-r"
    • Vowels in word endings

    • Understand the consonant and vowel systems of English language ;
    • Produce correct sounds, stresses and intonation of English language;


    Structural analysis

    • Plurals
    • Inflected endings
    • Homonyms, Homographs
    • Contractions, Compound words


    • Prefixes
    • Suffixes


    • Syllable rules
    • Affixes as syllables

    Teaching, learning and assessment are designed to enable participants to achieve the course objectives described above. While part of any session is likely to involve direct teaching, the emphasis is on Students participation and Trainer will encourage Students to take part actively in discussion and in tasks. 

    Reading which includes:

    • Skimming, scanning, detailed reading, guessing unknown words from context, understanding text, recognizing argument and counter-argument; distinguishing between main information and supporting detail, fact and opinion, guess versus facts; summarizing and note-taking.

    Writing includes:

    • Content and structure (organization, paragraphing, sentence and supporting ideas, logic and cohesion, punctuation).
    • Functions (generalization, definitions, exemplification, classification, comparison and contrast, cause and effect, process and procedure, interpretation of data).
    • Style (passive constructions, avoiding verbosity)

    Listening includes:

    • General comprehension (listening for gist, listening for detailed information, evaluating the importance of information).
    • Lectures (identifying the topic and main themes, identifying relationships among major ideas, comprehending key information).

    Speaking includes:

    • Seminar skills (agreeing and disagreeing, clarifying, questioning, concluding).
    • Presentation skills (introductions and stating the purpose, signposting, highlighting key points, summaries, conclusions).

    Students’ competence in skills development is measured by their ability to understand and produce spoken & partially written language in an automotive industry context, to perform the following tasks: 

    • reading and understanding English language;
    • writing letters in an appropriate style;
    • listening to and comprehending spoken language
    • speaking to colleagues, faculties, outsiders, officials and in interviews

Independent learning:

Students are expected to spend time studying outside the class, and we provide guidance, facilities and materials to help them develop their expertise as pre-intermediate language learners. For this course, they are asked to consolidate their class work, to read, watch or listen to material in English, to prepare exercises and activities for the class, to write assignments, undertake projects and generally acquire a repertoire of effective language learning strategies. 

Methods of assessment:

Assessment is by coursework (40%), which integrates the following: 

  • Individual and group oral presentations
  • Oral interactions (including pair work)
  • Written tests and tasks of various length (letter, notes)
  • Listening/ viewing
  • Communicating the gist of simple reading passages
  • Essays & Comprehensions
  • Translation of simple texts. 

A measure of classroom participation, progress and motivation accounts for 20% of the overall assessment. A final exam comprising listening comprehension, an extract for rendering into English and an oral topic accounts for 40% of the total credit.

  • Option 1: 48 Hours i.e., 8 day Workshop
  • Option 2: 72 Hours i.e., 12 Days Workshop (for Optimum Result)
  • Uniqueness in Methodology.
  • It is an intensive but a flexible program designed to suit participants with varied learning patterns.
  • Uses sharing and reflecting on experiences of the participants as the major learning tool.
  • Program have clear metrics for measuring the effectiveness.
  • Is not designed to generate agreement but reactions
  • It helps the student’s to take part effectively in various selection procedures adopted by the recruiters.

  • Real-World Experience Simulation between Facilitator & Participants.
  • Participants will be led in a Directed Learning Mode, not Just with Facilitator’s one-sided Lectures.
  • Combination of Presentations and Examples from Facilitator and Interactive / Hands-On Participants’ Exercises with Individual / Group Report-Outs.
  • Experiential workshop environment where participants will be educated to take risks and make adjustments based on their results from Role-Plays before approaching large real-time projects.

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